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Weight Loss Advice and Tips For Men and Women - 2019

Should dieters head to herbal supplements?

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Should dieters head to herbal supplements?

There’s no denying that the diet industry is worth billions. Every day there is seemingly a new statement, magic ingredient or power exercise claiming to offer dieters the results they are after. However most of these are nothing more than words and actually have no value to them whatsoever. Yet some claims do hold value and can help people to shed the pounds in order to get the results they desire. Herbal ingredients have long been held as a saviour for those wanting to take a natural approach to weight loss. Reports of harsh chemicals, side effects and potentially dangerous...

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Should you be drinking two litres of water per day?

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Should you be drinking two litres of water per day?

Even a small drop in hydration levels can massively affect people’s performance. Dehydration disturbs coordination which results in dizziness; can affect muscles, causing people to become weak; and cause damage to the heart. Therefore, the importance of staying hydrated cannot be underestimated. It’s been well documented that a large portion of the population do not consume the recommended two litres of water per day. Drinking two litres of water – or eight cups – a day has long been thought of as one of the best ways to combat dehydration and stay healthy. But this guidance has actually had a...

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How much should you really be eating?

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How much should you really be eating?

All-you-can-eats, buffets and enticing food offers have overhauled the way we consume food. Now an indulgence of all things sweet and savoury all at once, this very western way of dining has been partly blamed for the rise in obesity. Put that together with portion sizes increasing at home and there really is no wonder that around 13% of the world’s population were considered obese in 2014. And even the rise of the health conscious individuals plastered over social media seemingly hasn’t managed to buck this trend.   We know it’s all too easy too easy to put that extra...

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Does ‘free from’ mean ‘healthy’?

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Does ‘free from’ mean ‘healthy’?

We all know someone with a food allergy. Gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs and shellfish are just a few of the common intolerances that can cause people to become ill or put their lives at risk. Yet gluten and lactose are two of the most prominent intolerances with people all over the world seemingly self-diagnosing themselves with allergies or intolerances. Many now point the blame at the aforementioned for a range of problems and issues, such as skin disorders, bloating, digestion problems and headaches. And as a result, the idea of living a gluten-free or dairy-free lifestyle has been hailed as...

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Does your BMI really matter?

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Does your BMI really matter?

‘Body Mass Index’, or BMI, has been somewhat of a ‘buzz term’ in the health field for quite some time now. Essentially used as a guide for measuring overall health and fitness, health practitioners the world over have been urging the population to look at their individual BMI as a guide for how their body is performing. However, this increased reliance and importance on BMI has resulted in many questioning whether or not it is a good indicator of a person’s overall health. After all, body builders and athletes often have what is seen as an ‘unhealthy’ BMI, when in...

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